Learn more about Ubuntu, how this small Linux distro has taken the world by storm and why it’s today so well-liked.
Ubuntu is an exceptionally popular Operating System, which employs the Linux kernel. While it's used mainly on personal computers, its server version has been rising in popularity recently as well. Ubuntu is among the lightest Linux releases you can get and it supports almost any kind of hardware, that makes it a universal Operating System. It is also very stable and secure and has an at the very least a five-year support life cycle, so you will be able to get official safety and performance updates. Unlike numerous other OS's, Ubuntu is distributed devoid of license fees and you're able to modify its core, and / or all of the thousands of packages it features, in any way you find fit. This will allow you to install the proper software environment for your web applications regardless of their specifications. Because of the popularity of the OS, Ubuntu has vast developer and user communities, so you can always find find plenty of materials online regarding any question or problem that you might have.
Ubuntu in Dedicated Servers Hosting
We supply Ubuntu with all of our dedicated server packages and if you need this Operating System, you are able to choose the 32-bit or the 64-bit edition with only a click on the order page. We offer two versions, to make sure that the hosting server matches the system requirements of the software that you need to set up. The full root access to the server will help you set up any other software, because the only pre-installed application will be the Apache web server. You will be able to access the server securely through a console, however in case you prefer to use a web interface, you are free to set up any Control Panel which can run on an Ubuntu-powered machine. If you want to focus your efforts on your content and not on server management tasks, you'll be able to add the Managed Services upgrade and we'll take care of numerous tasks for you, including once a week OS upgrades.